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WEAR LOTS OF LOOSE COMFORTABLE COTTON, IF YOU REALLY WANT TO FIT IN KHAKI OF COURSE. YOU CAN GET
ONE OF THOSE PANAMA JACK HATS TO KEEP THE SUN OFF YOUR FACE AND DEFINATELY GET COMFORTABLE SHOES
SO YOU CAN ENJOY ALL SIGHTS ON NON ACHING FEET. LIGHT CLOTHES ARE BEST SO TO KEEP YOU COOL. DONT
FOR GET THE SUNSCREEN.

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Actually Australia has a wide range of climates and so it depends which part you will be visiting and when. If you are visiting the southern parts between November and April you will need clothing suitable for very hot weather ( 40 degrees Celsius at times) and between May and August clothing for a Mediterranean-type winter (Victoria New South Wales and Tasmania all have snow fields as well). The northern parts can be extremely hot and humid in the summer months. As mentioned above sun protection is a must – bushman type hats are readily available and are the best. However I would forget the khaki- not all of the Aussie stereotypes accurately represent how Australians dress. Normal western style dress is the norm.